There was debate early in the preseason as to whether or not the new-look Brooklyn Nets were the deepest team in the league. That debate has yet to be resolved, but there's absolutely no denying the fact that the Nets have the most-balanced starting lineup in the NBA.
This assertion doesn't take into account individual players or accolades, nor does it consider how big the names of the players are.
It only looks at how well these five players interact together on the court.
Each part of the Nets' starting five complements the others perfectly, forming the most cohesive starting unit in the league.
From perimeter scorers to interior presences, the Nets' starting five is as close to perfectly assembled as it can get.